Cumberland County

“Cumberland county is located in south New Jersey. Cumberland county has 483.70 square miles of land area and 193.92 square miles of water area. As of 2010, the total Cumberland county population is 156,898, which has grown 7.14% since 2000.” USA.com

The Cumberland County Housing First Collaborative is seeking landlords of rental properties in Cumberland County that are interested in housing one or more of the 42 chronically homeless that will be placed in permanent supportive housing by September 30, 2017.   “The Cumberland County Housing …

By Joann Gattinelli Typically, I do not respond to rumors, insinuations and innuendo, but misinformation is being communicated on social media and elsewhere regarding the 2017 Washington Township salary ordinance. This needs to be addressed. By state statute and Washington Township Code, each year the …

MILLVILLE – Bathed in the orange glow of open furnaces and molten glass, Skitch Manion, the glass studio director at the WheatonArts Center, works with his team to create something beautiful. Not for themselves, but for other artists. The temperature is well above 80 degrees in the studio, …

VINELAND – Cumberland County College has launched a new campaign to brand the institution as “The College of YES, You Can.” The purpose of the effort is to increase the community’s awareness of the lifelong advantages and opportunities a college education provides. The marketing campaign aligns …

VINELAND — A collaborative effort among giants in the pharmaceutical and glass industry will mean new jobs in South Jersey, officials say. Drug manufacturers Merck and Pfizer have joined with Corning Glass in creating a new, stronger glass packaging for injectable drugs, Valor Glass. Corporate officials …

BRIDGETON — A 16-year-old was arrested and police are looking for a second suspect in a Sunday morning armed robbery of a taxi driver. Bridgeton Police said they responded to a call at 4:15 a.m. after a driver for S&K Taxi reported he was robbed. Authorities …

I’ve commented often in this space that New Jersey needs to move forward with bail reform. Much to the credit of all involved, our state did undertake a revised bail system and, six months in, the numbers suggest that it was the right thing to …

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